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What makes specialty coffee beans exceptional?

Coffee beans that are certified by the American coffee association are called Specialty coffee. This document is granted for those coffee bean producers that ensure high-quality coffee bean growth, crop harvesting, processing, and in the end result in well-balanced flavors and aromas. This type of coffee beans will always have the proper shape, will be dry (not oily), fragrant. This coffee category includes only the coffee that has a score of more than 80 points. For example, “Ethiopia Burtukaana” is evaluated by 88 points, and “Kenya Kariru“ – 87,5. Specialty coffee can also be a limited edition, in special conditions grown, collected, and processed coffee. One of these types of coffee “Kivu” is unique in a way that it is grown only near Kivu lake, in the democratic republic of the Congo. Another coffee that stands out with its extraordinary growing location is called “Blue mountain”. Its coffee bean bushes grow in a mountainous area, that is why their crop harvesting is extremely difficult. Moreover, the “blue” mountain status is only given to the coffee that grows 910 m and higher above sea level. Growing in these conditions, this coffee stands out with its exceptional taste and is highly appreciated by the coffee enthusiasts. Because of its unique way of processing the coffee beans, “Kopi Luwak“ is considered to be one of the most expensive coffee in the world. This coffee cares more about fair and animal abuse free trade certificates, than any other quality validations. Thus, even without the highest evaluation, “Kopi Luwak” is referred to as a specialty, limited edition coffee.

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